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Senator says Booz Allen hired convict for classified job

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Senator Bill Nelson said contractor Booz Allen Hamilton had hired an employee convicted of lying to the U.S. government for a position in which he would handle classified documents.Full story

Sen. Bill Nelson says he won’t run for Florida governor

"Look, I have no plans to run for governor," Nelson said. "I have no intention of running for governor." Full story

Mark Sanford’s campaign spiral

  The Gaggle talks about Mark Sanford’s campaign spiral, Sen. Bill Nelson’s possible run for Governor of Florida in 2014, and give their shameless plugs.

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  Sen. Nelson: 'I have no intention' of running for Governor

Florida Senator Bill Nelson talks to MSNBC's Chris Jansing about furloughs, Syria, and his future political endeavors - which do not include running for Governor in the Sunshine State.

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